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Can Atenolol, Azor, Lipitor or Niaspan raise your blood sugar?

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itsmetoo2 22 Dec 2009

Not usually.
Word to the wise, use the same pharmacy everytime you have a script.
This is why it is bad to use these coupons that are put out to drive a patient to pharmacy hop.
Make sure your pharmacy know that you have sugar problems.

Wishing you the best.

rynona 22 Dec 2009

Limited studies exist for Azor and diabetics.
Lipitor can raise your blood glucose, but you won't find it in the warnings or contraindications.
Atenolol does not potentiate insulin-induced hypoglycemia and, unlike nonselective beta blockers, does not delay recovery of blood glucose to normal levels.

dballentine1 30 Jan 2012
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